Oh, my side still hurts from laughing so hard... The dying bagpipe, the cowboy tuba backing the opera singer, the new age flute, the singalong at the end, so many great parts. I haven't enjoyed musical comedy so much since I first heard P.D.Q. Bach's "Iphigenia in Brooklyn". Many thanks.
BTW: Here's a link to a video of the PDQ Bach cantata "Iphigenia in Brooklyn" -- actually just the song played over still shots. The video leaves out the intro where the conductor explains that PDQ was not the first composer to write for double reeds, but PDQ was the first to do so without the use of oboes and bassoons.
Also, visually, in the concert one sees that when the featured trumpet player opens his instrument case, he has the mouthpiece but no trumpet to attach it to. And finally, the guy tooting the wine-bottle keeps drinking the wine, so the laugh from the audience toward the end, when he attempts to play, is due to his falling sideways off the chair.
YouTube - Iphigenia in Brooklyn P.D.Q. BACH
Thanks again for the laugh. Sorry, but not annoying at all -- delightful!